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Hulk #13

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 5 critic ratings.

After so much time suppressed deep within the Hulk’s mind, Titan has emerged.

And he’s looking for a fight.

And as Bruce unravels the true source – the true identity – of Titan, he knows destruction is the only option.

So the Mind Palace must come down.

But Bruce will need the help of some trusted friends to do it.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
21 pages
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5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

    Shocking penultimate chapter of the Hulk Planet story arc.

    Ryan achieves sequences of an immense scale, full of group fights and a lot of terror, with an organic tone and very detailed at the same time.

  • 90

    Marvel Heroes Library

    Ye cats, this is a violent one! Titan within Bruce’s psyche breaks out and destroys Hulk Planet in a series of huge panels serving as nightmare fuel for Hulk fans. Oddly, Hulk is seen only in the flashbacks; his current whereabouts are not revealed. The whole issue is a terrifying adrenaline rush and there’s one more part to go for this story arc. I shudder to think….

  • 85

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Hulk #13 takes a big step forward in the story by answering lingering questions left too long on the back burner, questions that made the series feel like it was treading water. The reveals are intriguing, and the art is excellent. If Ottley can keep this up, the arc will conclude a lot stronger than it started.

  • 80

    It’s a shame this Hulk arc is coming to an end, because it’s become a very strange and unique take on one of Marvel’s most storied characters. It’s a massive sci-fi actioner while also diving deep into the wells of body horror and autonomy. The book sometimes loses its story in its visuals, but there’s never a point where it isn’t exciting.

  • 75

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    Hulk #13 is the penultimate issue of this series and it really delivers on just what a monster Titan is. Ryan Ottley and the rest of the creative team really bring Titan to life, and while his design is a little lacking, that doesn’t take away from the threat he is. The sheer destruction and death he brings to Monolith and her people is exceeded by what else he doest to them. And on top of that, the comic manages to deepen the reveals of the true villains behind all of this, though it is a little last-minute. Hopefully all of the reveals make better sense in the next issue.

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